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Registration of Antique Vehicles

regulations made under Section 10 of the
Motor Vehicle Act
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 293
O.I.C. 73-433 (May 15, 1973), N.S. Reg. 36/73

1 There is a class of vehicle designated and known as an antique vehicle.

2 An antique vehicle is a motor vehicle which is at least thirty (30) years old or is a recognized classic.

3 A vehicle may be registered as an antique vehicle where

(a) the vehicle has been tested for originality, running order and safety and certified as such;

(b) the owner of the antique vehicle is a resident of Nova Scotia;

(c) the antique vehicle is in addition to any other class of motor vehicle registered in the name of the owner and is not used as a family vehicle or for business purposes;

(d) there is in force in respect of the vehicle a policy of automobile insurance providing public liability and property damage insurance of not less than the minimum limits prescribed by the Motor Vehicle Act as proof of financial responsibility; and

(e) upon application for registration, the owner pays the recording and annual registration fee.